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*CPE Credit Hours Requirements

CPE credit hours requirements for the members of the Institute for the rolling period of 3 years starting from the Calendar Year 2017 and ending on calendar year 2019 (1-1-2017 to 31.12.2019) [Applicable w.e.f 01.01.2017] 

A. All the members (aged less than 60 years) who are holding Certificate of Practice (except all those members who are residing abroad) are required to: 

(a) Complete at least 120 CPE credit hours in a rolling period of three-years. 

(b) Complete minimum 20 CPE credit hours of structured learning in each calendar year. 

(c) Balance 60 CPE credit hours (minimum 20 CPE credit hours in each calendar year) can be completed either through Structured or Unstructured learning (as per Member’s choice). 

B. All the members (aged less than 60 years) who are not holding Certificate of Practice; and all the members who are residing abroad (whether holding Certificate of Practice or not) are required to: 

(a) Complete at least 60 CPE credit hours either structured or unstructured learning (as per Member’s choice) in rolling period of three-years 

(b) Complete minimum 15 CPE credit hours of either structured or unstructured learning (as per member’s choice) in each calendar year. 

C. All the members (aged 60 years & above) who are holding Certificate of Practice, are required to: 

(a) Complete at least an aggregate of 90 CPE credit hours of either Structured or Unstructured Learning (as per member’s choice) in a rolling period of three years 

(b) Complete minimum of 20 CPE credit hours being an aggregate of either Structured or Unstructured Learning (as per member’s choice) in each calendar year.

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